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The Roots – Do You Want More?!!!??! (January 17, 1995)

I’ve mentioned before on this blog that The Roots are my second favorite hip-hop group of all-time, next to who I’m sure you can figure out if you read this blog with any regularity. Since the mid-nineties, hip-hop’s first official … Continue reading

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Smif-N-Wessun – Dah Shinin’ (January 10, 1995)

What better way to get a break away from all the coronavirus talk than with hip-hop and a good read? Lets get 1995 underway, and remember to cover your mouths when you cough and wash your damn hands! For those … Continue reading

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Ultramagnetic MC’s – The Four Horsemen (August 10, 1993)

I’ll admit, I was late to the Ultramagnetic MC’s party. When they hit planet earth in ’88, I was still a young whippersnapper and missed out on Ced Gee’s dope beats and Kool Keith’s unique, but entertaining rhyme schemes. I … Continue reading

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Showbiz & A.G. – Runaway Slave (September 22, 1992)

  After making several references to Showbiz and the Diggin’ In The Crates crew in the past few posts, it struck me that I missed one of the foundational pieces in the D.I.T.C. catalog, Runaway Slave. Enjoy the read.  Diggin’ … Continue reading

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Best and Worst of 1994

Another year complete! 1994 was a great year in hip-hop and I hope I served it justice with my reviews. Here are my best and worst of the year. I have a few house cleaning things to do and then … Continue reading

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Freddie Foxxx aka Bumpy Knuckles – Crazy Like A Foxxx (Recorded 1993-94)

Freddie Foxxx aka Bumpy Knuckles may be the most talented emcee whose talent never translated to a successful rap career. The Long Island native started as part of the Supreme Force, who released a few 12″ singles in the mid-eighties, … Continue reading

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Urban Thermo Dynamics – Manifest Destiny (Recorded 1994)

Before Mos Def made the highly respected Black Star album with Talib Kweli, released his classic solo debut, Black On Both Sides, changed his name to Yasiin Bey and moved out of the country, he was a part of a … Continue reading

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